Get Moving with Ella Jenkins

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Ella Jenkins wears the title given her by many of her fans, “The First Lady of Children’s Music,” with tremendous energy. Now in her ninth decade, she continues to encourage young children to hop, skip, jump, clap, dance, and be active through song. Get Moving with Ella Jenkins showcases the absolute finest recordings incorporating movement and play by a true pioneer of children’s music. Drawn from many recordings created during her legendary career, these songs demonstrate Ella’s genius as both a music educator and children's entertainer. 46 minutes, 36-page booklet with lyrics.

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Year Released 2013
Record Label Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

Copyright 2013 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Genre(s) American Folk; Children's
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101 Hello Ella Jenkins 1:52
102 Stop and Go Ella Jenkins 3:45
103 Teddy Bear Ella Jenkins 3:11
104 Did You Feed My Cow? Ella Jenkins with members of the Urban Gateways Children's Chorus 3:13
105 Who Fed the Chickens? Ella Jenkins with members of the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center 2:36
106 Hop, Skip, Jump to My Lou Ella Jenkins 6:42
107 London Bridge is Falling Down / Moshi Moshi Ano-Ne Ella Jenkins with members of the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center 2:13
108 Head and Shoulder Ella Jenkins 1:12
109 Jumping with Variations Ella Jenkins with girls and boys from Uptown Chicago 3:49
110 And One and Two Ella Jenkins 4:18
111 One Potato, Two Potato Ella Jenkins 1:36
112 Play Your Instruments Ella Jenkins with the Urban Gateway Children's Chorus 4:41
113 Follow the Leader Ella Jenkins with the Urban Gateway Children's Chorus 1:55
114 Show Me Ella Jenkins, Guy Guilbert, and children from teh Mary Crane Day Care Center 4:58
115 Shake Hands with Friends Ella Jenkins with members of the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center 0:39
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